Call for Volunteers is Now Closed!
Volunteers have the opportunity to share their expertise, grow their network, and enhance their CV by volunteering with ASHRM. The volunteer recruitment survey is now closed.
The survey includes a tentative listing of ASHRM's 2024 committees and task forces. The final listing may change slightly and other work groups may be formed if needed to respond to emerging trends. Volunteers must be current ASHRM members.
Because we typically have more volunteers than positions open, we need to ensure that those appointed are able to participate. Appointments to committees and task forces are for a two-year term. Volunteers actively participate in the work of the group, provide thoughtful input to deliberations, focus on the best interests of ASHRM and its membership, and work toward accomplishing the committee’s goals.
- Annual Conference Committee
- Chapter Leadership Committee
- Education Development Committee
- Educational Scholarship Committee
- Forum News Committee
- Journal Editorial Review Board
- New Member Committee
- Patient Safety Committee
Annual Conference Committee
Committee members select the program content for the Annual Conference.
Timeframe/Commitment: A 3-year commitment with mandatory face-to-face planning meetings once a year beginning February 2024; additional work to be done by conference call and email, including follow-up with speakers; on-site responsibilities for Annual Conference.
Chapter Leadership Committee
Committee members develop and implement plans to create a mutually beneficial and supportive relationship between ASHRM and its affiliated chapters. Tasks include developing and delivering the chapter leader workshop at the Annual Conference, hosting chapter leader webinars, and possibly developing other chapter resources and communications.
Timeframe/Commitment: Members are required to 1) be currently serving on an ASHRM chapter board OR 2) have served on a chapter board within the past two years.
Education Development Committee
Committee members lead the development, implementation, and evaluation of ASHRM’s virtual educational programs designed to meet member needs, in alignment with ASHRM’s educational strategy and curriculum map.
Timeframe/Commitment: Work begins in January 2024 by conference call/email. Task force members will have additional work outside of the monthly conference calls.
Educational Scholarship Committee
To review ASHRM scholarships and advise the ASHRM Board of candidates who should be awarded a scholarship to ASHRM’s live educational events.
Timeframe/Commitment: Evaluate applicants and select recipients for ASHRM’s live events. All duties will be complete in the first quarter of the year.
Forum News Committee
Committee members solicit, write, review and edit articles for the Forum.
Timeframe/Commitment: Strong writing and editing skills desired; must be able to follow established timeline and meet deadlines.
Journal Editorial Review Board
Review board members will advance the Journal by publishing research and analysis that drives improvement in both the literature and practice of health care risk management; solicit, peer-review and edit articles for the quarterly Journal of Healthcare Risk Management.
Timeframe/Commitment: Must be willing to solicit, write and review articles, serve as author liaison, follow established timeline, and meet deadlines. Requires expertise in one or more of the following areas: evidence-based health care risk management, enterprise risk management, clinical risk management, patient safety, quality improvement, risk financing, claims and litigation, health care preparedness, risk management tools and techniques, the health care risk management workforce, and other timely risk management issues.
New Member Committee
Committee members agree to contact approximately 10 new members per month to welcome them to ASHRM and answer questions new members may have about ASHRM membership. Contact is typically made via phone, using email as a backup.
Timeframe/Commitment: Committee members are expected to check-in monthly with new members and participate in monthly conference calls.
Patient Safety Committee
Committee members develop and implement strategies and tactics to enhance ASHRM’s relevance in the patient safety arena to achieve the goals outlined in ASHRM’s strategic plan.
Timeframe/commitment: Work will be conducted by conference call on a projected monthly basis, but may vary in frequency based on deliverables/program needs.